Strathfield Council Stallholder Terms & Conditions
- Council will select applications based on merit, suitability and variety.
- The stallholder acknowledges that there will be no refund of stallholder fees under any circumstances. The stallholder acknowledges that Council will not be liable for any form of compensation or additional payment whatsoever if the Event is cancelled.
- The stallholder acknowledges stallholder bookings are not transferable and no other person or business is permitted to take the original stallholder’s place without written consent from Council.
- The stallholder releases the Council (and their councillors, directors, officers, employees, volunteers, contractors, sponsors or agents) from all liability (to the extent permitted by law) for any loss, injury (whether fatal or otherwise) or damage suffered in relation to their attendance and participation in the Event, howsoever caused, including but not limited to, any negligence, breach of duty, or other acts or omissions of the Council (or their councillors, directors, officers, employees, volunteers, contractors, sponsors or agents).
- Stallholders will operate in covered stalls measuring 2.4m x 2.4m that will be provided by Council.
- All stallholders must hold current Public Liability Insurance cover for at least $10 million. The policy must be extended to include goods sold. A copy of your Public Liability Insurance must be attached to your application form. It is the responsibility of all stallholders to arrange Public Liability Insurance to cover any claim arising out of the activities of stallholders.
- The stallholder is to confine their operations to within the boundary of the stall area and may not move the stall from the allocated site. No operations are permitted outside the allocated stall area.
- Strathfield Council WILL NOT provide water to any site, however water will be available from taps.
- Strathfield Council will provide power if required for a fee. Stallholders are permitted to bring their own generator.
- Stallholders shall not alter the type of merchandise to be sold from the items listed in the application form, without the consent of Strathfield Council.
- Council’s decision on stall selection and location is final.
- The stallholder understands and agrees that Strathfield Council has the right to remove, without refund or recourse, any stallholder who misrepresents themselves or their product.
- Signage may be used to identify the stallholder’s products.
- No stallholder is allowed to sublet their stall to an outside commercial company or sell food if they are not a food retailer.
- Council reserves the right to exclude any group, individual or organisation from participating in the Spring Festival.
- All directions given by Council Event staff must be complied with. Failure to follow directions could lead to immediate exclusion from the Spring Festival.
- The stallholder will be solely responsible for, and bear all risk associated with, the collection of money at, and the transfer of money to and from the site.
- The stallholder is responsible to ensure that all merchandise, packaging and equipment are kept within the specified area and that the area is kept clean and tidy at all times.
- The stallholder must at all times during the Spring Festival, comply with all laws including any statutes, regulations, ordinance and by-laws now or at any time in force in New South Wales.
ACCESS AND TRADING
- Stallholders may not bring their vehicle into Strathfield Park at any time during the event other than the designated times set by Council for loading in and out.
- Stallholders must abide by the set up and pack-down rules as stipulated by Strathfield Council.
REFUSE AND GARBAGE
- Council encourages an ecologically sustainable environment. Stallholders must ensure that all waste is removed at the completion of the Spring Festival and disposed of in an appropriate manner.
- All food stalls must comply with the NSW Food Safety Standards and regulations. Inspections will be made throughout the day to ensure these regulations are adhered to.
- All food vendors may be asked to attend a food-handling seminar.
- All stalls are subject to an inspection by Council’s Authorised Officers under the NSW Food Act 2003.
- All beverages sold at the Spring Festival must be in containers other than glass.
- All goods proposed for sale by the stallholder must be identified. Council reserves the right to ask the stallholder to withdraw any item/s from sale.
- The stallholder must ensure that all food and beverages are prepared and stored in a clean and hygienic manner and that all tools and utensils used to prepare and serve food and beverages are clean and hygienic. Any cooking equipment and other equipment required for the preparation, storage and sale of food and beverages must be provided by the stallholder.
- The stallholder must ensure that appropriate fire safety equipment including fire extinguishers and fire blankets are available for the duration of the day.
- The stallholder will agree to comply with NSW Food Authority’s Guidelines for food businesses at temporary events.
- When possible please use only recyclable packaging and biodegradable containers and try and lessen the use of plastic polystyrene. No glass (bottles or otherwise) is to be sold.
- The use of plastic polystyrene is NOT permitted.
- To be eligible for the Sustainability Discount (10%) stallholders must adhere to all of the below:
- Takeaway containers must be made from either biodegradable or compostable materials (e.g. paper, wood pulp, plant oils) or postconsumer recycled plastic
- No plastic straws to be distributed (paper straws accepted)
- Discount is available to customers with reusable cups (e.g. Keep-a-Cup coffee cups)
- Small and large serving options available of the same meal (to reduce food waste)
A Council staff member will be onsite during the event to inspect stalls which have taken up the Sustainability Discount. If your stall is found to not be compliant with the above criteria, you may not be eligible for future discounts. Fines may apply.
Council manages privacy and personal information in accordance with relevant legislation and Council’s Privacy Management Plan. Information on how Council handles your personal information is explained in Council’s Privacy Management Plan.
Council collects and stores your personal information in relation to your application and participation in the Spring Festival. You accept the provision of personal information is voluntary but failing to provide all or part of the sought after information may mean Council can not process your entry. Information provided by you may be accessed by government agencies and members of the public in accordance with relevant legislation. Council is to be regarded as the agency that holds the information.
Under the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 and the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 you can apply to access records of personal information Council holds about you, and then apply to amend or correct personal information.
You can access your personal information by writing to Council’s Privacy Contact Officer at PO Box 120, Strathfield NSW 2135. You can view Council’s Privacy Management Plan by visiting: www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au/council/privacy-management/